Susan V. Saali (nee Paglusch), of St. Peters, Missouri, passed away Monday, March 20, 2023, at the age of 77. Loving wife of the late Daniel Saali; beloved daughter of the late Virginia and Roy G. Paglusch; devoted mother of Lisa (Paul) Mosley, Mark (Rikki) Saali, and Brian (Marnie) Saali; cherished grandmother of Kyle (Lauren) Mosley, Heather (Brad) Hinton, Jordan Saali, Dakota Saali, Jimmie (Shelby) Saali, Abbey Mosley, Drake Saali, Harley Sue Saali, Benjamin Mosley, and Brenna Saali; treasured great-grandmother of Natalia De LaCruz, Alex De LaCruz, Richie De LaCruz, Gabriel Mosley, Jacob Mosley, and Madelyn Mosley; dearest sister of Roger (Debbie) Paglusch, and David (Irene) Paglusch; and dear sister-in-law of Laura (John) Andesilich. Susan was also preceded in death by her grandchildren, Stephanie Saali and Jacob Mosley.
Susan was very loving, caring, and thoughtful. As a strong woman of faith in Christ, she was very active at church and attended Calvary Christian Church. She taught Sunday School and led children's groups as well.
Most of all, Susan loved her family dearly and was a very proud grandmother & great-grandmother. She loved attending her grandkids sporting events and activities. She was always thinking of others and was there for you when you needed her. She had a good sense of humor and loved to laugh with her friends and family.
Susan loved playing cards every week with her friends. She had a long-standing Yahtzee group for about 30 or more years that played monthly. She was very creative artistically and enjoyed writing, drawing, painting, and crafts.
Susan liked to travel and went on many cruises later in life with friends and family. She really enjoyed visiting Ireland, going on an Alaskan Cruise, and visiting her son in Phoenix. In her younger years, she took many trips to Florida with her family to visit her mother. She and her husband would take a day off each year, they called it their "Nickel Day," which with a flip of the coin they went on their adventures, either to the right or left of the map.
Susan was dearly loved and will be greatly missed by all who knew her. Memorials may be made in Susan's name to Enduring Treasure Ministries.